|Sure, you've been there and done that. But did you actually see anything? Come along and see some sites/sights that you can cite later and really impress people.|
||And some of what we'll see may or may not be good. But we can sort that out once we get there.|
Plus you get to hang out with some egghead faculty like this guy...
Well, maybe not quite like this guy. But they know more about how the city is put together than he ever did.
||Sure you'll learn a lot. but will it be any fun? Well, just look at the smiles on these faces.|
|There is simply something gratifying about putting you educational life in the hands of the faculty.||
Don't waste your time reading the rest of this web page. pick up the phone right now and Call Pam Stewart at 732.932.9317. You should also have your checkbook handy when you call her since we require a $100 deposit.
While you sit and wait for the trip you can look at some old images from DC. And there are some really cool old maps online, too. Or you can look at the original design for the controversial new WWII Memorial, which we will visit.
I know you are wondering, "Can I go if I am not a landscape architecture student?" While landscape architecture students do have priority, open slots will be made avilable to other Environmental Planning and Design students starting late this summer. Pam Stewart (732.932.9317) will be keeping a waiting list.
OK. The Fall Field Trip is scheduled for September 16-19. Yes, that includes a religious holiday. But hotel availability foreced us to pick between the lesser of multiple problems.
Where are we going? What are we seeing? We'll post a more complete itinerary soon. But here is a rough travel schedule:
|Saturday||Plazas and Parks and Dumbarton Oaks|